Hope of bipartisanship fades after Trump abruptly ends infrastructure meeting with Democrats


President Trump abruptly stormed out of a meeting Wednesday with congressional leaders, declaring flatly that he will no longer work with Democrats, unless they drop all investigations focused on him. Kristen Holmes reports tend to bipartisanship unraveling in minutes. President Trump abruptly walking out of what was supposed to be an infrastructure meeting with top Democrats at the White House without so much as shaking. Anyone's hand. The president told Democrats, he refused to work with them until they ended their investigations in congress immediately, then leaving for an impromptu press conference in the rose garden, the president's rage stemming from this accusation made by speaker, Pelosi this morning believe that the president of the United States is engaged in a cover up which sources say derailed the

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